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Stay With Me Socks Review + Giveaway

By Kate |

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Let’s face it, the washing machine and / or dryer eats socks. (I know this phenomenon is not limited to my house!) Another  troublesome issue with socks is that babies have the uncanny ability to remove them in all circumstances.  Stay With Me Socks venture to solve both these issues with a unique and clever design.

About Stay With Me Socks

As a mother of three teenagers, Cheryl DelMastro was tired of being asked “Mom do you know where my other sock is?” She thought of how many years she heard the same question asked over and over again. After discussing it with some friends of infants that complained their babies pull off their socks, she decided to solve the “sock problem” once and for all. After endless meetings with mom focus groups, researching and developing the best design, she launched Stay With Me adjustable baby socks. Cheryl chose to introduce an infant sock since that is where it all began.

How Do They Work?

Stay With Me Socks have an adjustable velcro strap around the sock.  The velcro strap tightens the sock above baby’s ankle so it cannot be pulled off.  It’s really quite clever and works like a charm! The velcro is solid and strong enough to stay put but it’s not tough or tight around baby’s ankle like elastic would be.

So, the other awesome feature of the velcro is that you can use it to fasten the socks together so you never lose a sock in the washing machine. Very cool.  The velcro used on these socks is pretty cool because it actually works and keeps socks fitted when worn or looped when washed but it doesn’t snag the socks.

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Baby Girl has been sporting the Pink Stripe socks in size 3 – 14 months. (They are also available in size 0 – 3 months and a variety of colors.) The material of the sock is surprisingly soft and is made of a combination of cotton, nylon and spandex. The socks also have the necessary non-skid bottom so even my little walker (!) can toddle around without slipping.

To Buy… Stay With Me Socks are just plain smart and recently received an iParenting Media Award for great design and high quality. The velcro strap solves two common problems specific to tiny baby socks.  Buy these for a new mama and she’ll think you’re full of unique knowledge and she will thank you forever.

Or Not to Buy… At $6 a pair, these socks are more expensive than many baby socks.

Shop! Available in six colors, Stay With Me Socks can be purchased online and in some Target stores nationwide.

Win! A pair of Stay With Me Socks – pink or blue in size 0 – 3 months.

How to Enter: Estimate the number of socks you’ve lost in the washing machine. That’s all!

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The Fine Print: Open to US mailing addresses. Giveaway ends November 16. Winner will be notified by email and has 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen. Thank you Stay With Me Socks for providing a sample product for the purposes of this review and a giveaway prize. The opinions expressed in this review are my own and not influenced by receipt of product. Others may have a different experience.

Kate

Kate

Kate started The Shopping Mama™ in January 2009 when, after graduating law school, she traded in online legal research and writing for locating the best products for children. She shops for three kids ages 8, 6 and 3 from their home in Japan. Her military family is making the most of back-to-back overseas assignments by traveling every chance they get.

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  1. 1.
    whitney

    I’d say I’ve lost 5 socks- but always just one sock of a pair!

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    whitney

    follow your blog

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    whitney

    email subscriber

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    Emilee

    Hmm in my whole life I’ve lost about 10 socks in the washer

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    Emilee

    I’m a facebook fan

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    Emilee

    I follow with google friend

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    Emilee

    I subscribe

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    Melissa N.

    I’ve probably lost around 4 socks 🙁

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    julie

    hundreds…..actually probably about 20!

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    Anna

    hmmm…. hard to quantify…. maybe 20?
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    Anna

    I am a fan of The Shopping Mama on Facebook (Anna Hammond)
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    Anna

    I follow The Shopping Mama in Google Friends Connect
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    Anna

    I subscribe to The Shopping Mama in email
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    Clarissa Neiding

    the number of socks lost …. with 5 kids…..over the years….I would hate to even think of it. As a matter of fact i have a box of socks on my washer right now waiting in case the mate magically appears. I was thinking the other day I just need to toss some of thess that have been sitting there for years!!

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    Clarissa Neiding

    facebook fan

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    Clarissa Neiding

    google friend follower

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    Clarissa Neiding

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    Clarissa Neiding

    on blogroll

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    Lauren

    In my lifetime… including growing up and my family’s laundry? I’d say 30 lost socks at least!

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    Rachel B.

    I’ve lost at least 10 socks…what a great idea.

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    Kushiel's Moon

    I’m a fan of the Shopping Mama on facebook.

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    Kushiel's Moon

    I’ve probably lost about 7 socks to the dryer.

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